The Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday unanimously approved a proposal to ask voters whether to amend the Constitution to open a two-year window for adult survivors of child abuse to sue even if their cases are beyond the existing statute of limitations.
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HARRISBURG – The Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday unanimously approved a proposal to ask voters whether to amend the Constitution to open a two-year window for adult survivors of child abuse to sue even if their cases are beyond the existing statute of limitations.
HARRISBURG – Adult survivors of child sex abuse will be watching the Senate when the General Assembly returns to the Capitol on Monday, to see if there is going to be a breakthrough on the stalemate over whether to allow survivors to sue organizations that covered up for child predators even if the statute of limitations is expired.
A federal judge in Washington has dismissed a lawsuit from President Donald Trump against New York officials aimed at preventing the release of his tax returns.
HARRISBURG — Proponents of a proposal to add a Victim’s Bill of Rights to the state Constitution said Wednesday the overwhelming support voters gave the measure in Tuesday’s election suggests a legal challenge should be brought to an end.
Shenango Area School District Superintendent Michael Schreck is clearing the air about the estimated $4.9 million sports complex project that has been creating a stir around the township since June.
An advice columnist who says President Donald Trump raped her in a department store dressing room in the 1990s sued him Monday for calling her a liar he had never even met.
A federal judge in Portland, Oregon, on Saturday put on hold a Trump administration rule requiring immigrants prove they will have health insurance or can pay for medical care before they can get visas.
A former Johnstown pediatrician accused of sexually abusing young patients for decades is facing a second civil lawsuit that also names his previous work places, The Tribune-Democrat has learned.
ENID, Okla. – Garfield County in northern Oklahoma has agreed to pay $12.5 million to the estate of a county jail inmate who was restrained in a chair for more than 55 hours before he died from medical neglect.